Brazing

Brazing is a metal-joining process whereby a filler metal is heated above and distributed between two or more close-fitting parts by capillary action. The filler metal is brought slightly above its melting (liquidus) temperature while protected by a suitable atmosphere, usually a flux. It then flows over the base metal (known as wetting) and is then cooled to join the workpieces together.





Overview


  Applications Product Description Product Flux Melting T °C
SOFT SOLDERING on Copper / Brass / Stainless steel / Zinc COPPER, BRASS, INOX, ZINC Sn96.5 - Ag 3.5 without lead TIN FLAM 157 TIN FLUX 157 220°C
PIPING DRINKING WATER Sn 97.0-Cu 3.0 without lead TIN FLAM BC 5423 TIN FLUX 157 240°C
BRAZING of Copper / Brass / Stanless steel / Aluminium PIPE, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, GAS 45% Silver rod AG FLAM
6113 RX
AG FLUX 6000 FX or FP 600°C
ALUMINIUM PARTS Aluminium ALU FLAM
190
ALU FLUX 21 600°C
GENERAL REPAIR,
REFRIGERATION, GAS
20% Silver rod AG FLAM
6110 RF
AG FLUX 6000
FX or FP
650°C
PIPE, HEATING, GAS Copper - Phosphorus
5 % Silver rod
CU FLAM
RB 5286
CU FLUX
5000 FX
750°C
PIPE, SANITARY Copper - Phosphorus
2 % Silver rod
0% Silver rod

CU FLAM
RB 5280

CU FLAM
RB 5246

CU FLUX
5000 FX
850°C
BRAZING on Steel / Copper / Brass PLATEWORKS, PIPE Coated brass rod BRASS FLAM 18 XFC   900°C